The Bible might speak a lot about adultery, and we’ve understood that within a physical context. But what about a metaphorical context – especially in light of how Jesus speaks of it? What more might it mean if we truly understood living in Oneness – practising the presence of the Divine in our lives?
What does it mean to go into your inner chamber and shut the door when you pray? When was the last time you were truly silent and present with Spirit, allowing yourself to be inspired into action?
What would happen in your life if all your decisions were guided by faith, rather than fear? If you took a few days, and before each and every decision you paused? Consider – is this faith? or is this fear? What changes? Why not try it?
Guilt & Shame are often used, together with fear, to manipulate and control us. This is just as true within religious settings as it is families or politics!
What can we do differently to change the culture of how we are raising our children? To rise up to Love, rather than scaring the hell out of them?
What motivates you – faith or fear? Are your choices and decisions a fearful reaction, or stepping forward exercising faith in what you beleive to be true?
What difference does it make whether it’s faith or fear?
When we practice the presence of the Divine in our lives daily, we show growth, emotional resilience, and deep inner wisdom. For those looking at us, they see emotional intelligence, that comes from a deep self-awareness. But how much work goes into reaching that place of spiritual maturity?